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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Originally posted by Hakob View Post
    Why are you talking as if being sorry for being on the same page about future of your homeland? It is called unity...
    And why would you let anybody show up calling that unity a circle jerk and in the name of diversity of opinions start calling insults?

    Lori this is to you. How many times have you changed your story?
    I am specifically asking you to explain why there cannot be a peace without land concessions? You have not explained but called insults.
    Now you're talking to take over more land in Gandzak.
    Calm down and explain.
    Looks like you've got ideas nobody thought of.
    Why don't you enlighten people here?
    I still didn't get clear answers of how our mentality is connected with a Turkish siege, how Russia will protect the peace agreement and how and what expectations we will put land demands from turkey?
    Enlighten me please...
    I've already addressed this in my post to londontsi. You are twisting my words, as usual, in order to build an argument. Its pathetic. That is why I refuse to have a discussion with you. You can hardly call it a discussion when you are being ---- DISHONEST ----

    That "idea" is mentioned in the manifesto of a political organization in Armenia. I mentioned that. If you were knowledgeable about Armenian domestic politics, you would know that.

    That is not "unity". This is a Reddit-style echo chamber, just without the downvoting. Instead, you personally attack users with different opinions. You are the one who initiated the personal attacks and shill-accusations, which are deeply offensive and violate the rules of this forum.

    Its hard to be coherent, when you who won't be. Most of your posts are not straight forward, you take my words and twist them. The vast majority of your responses are filled with logical fallacies and ad hominem attacks. That is the behavior of a professional troll. You literally fabricate points in order to build a strawman argument. You have repeatedly quoted points I made just to disregard them and create a strawman to attack. I refuse to have a discussion with someone who employs such snake-like tactics. I refuse to have a discussion with someone who acts like a vicious and gossipy 16 year old girl. I refuse to have a discussion with a troll

    This is not Facebook or any social media sites that you think you can troll on and just throw wild accusations around. This is a moderated and civil forum for discussion on Armenian topics.

    If you want me to answer you, then you will apologize for your uncivil behavior and rule violations. You will apologize for your strawman arguments and logical fallacies. You will adopt a civil behavior employed by people like AbuSindi, Azad, Eddo, Armnuke, etc. (I have absolutely no hesitation to answer their questions) You will accept the fact that I am Armenian with a different opinion than you. If you cannot do any of these things. I have nothing to say to you. If you cannot accept any of this, it will be the moderators talking to you and not me.
    Last edited by Lori; 05-28-2016, 12:28 PM.

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    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

      Hasn't the time arrived to change these old-fashion Soviet/North Korea hats?



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      • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

        Originally posted by armnuke View Post
        Hasn't the time arrived to change these old-fashion Soviet/North Korea hats?



        Բազարի աչքը հանել ես The weapon looks very impractical imo. Its impressive that it is integrally suppressed, but I believe one-use/one-job firearms do nothing but taint military industry.

        As for the hats. I 100% agree, however both hats you show are actually quite different.

        I have always admired NATO uniforms. They always look professional. Check out the new Ukrainian military uniform. It makes their pathetic army look like a professional military. Very powerful stuff for domestic image. I'm a big fan of NATO winter uniform as well. It doesn't make their soldiers look a bunch of half-bear half-man hybrids.

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        • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

          I like NATO uniforms too, although our new Italian camo is nice and looks great. But the hats these generals wear makes me forget the year we're in right now. Very ugly stuff that has to be changed.

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                  things like uniforms (ceremonial uniforms in particular) or like crests (Armenia only seems to have a crest for the Armed Forces. Nothing for airforce, army, or different units) do create an impression of professionalism. In reality im sure it means little. But, in world politics, perception is important. i would really like to see our armed forces start to change these things.



                  same goes for obese and unshaven officers

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                  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQfmv0l-zGc
                    Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
                    Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
                    Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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                    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                      Thats from the 2012 parade in Stepanakert. There is another video of SCUDs being moved closer to the frontline, that took place in April.

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